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My Gauleiter! My dear fellow-countrymen and fellow-country- 
women of Danzig! 

You are not alone in experiencing this moment with the deepest 
emotion; the whole German nation is experiencing it too. I myself 
am conscious of the greatness of this hour. For the first time I am 
treading upon soil of which German settlers had taken possession 
five hundred years before the first white men settled in what is 
to-day the New York State. It is thus five hundred years longer 

that this soil was German, had remained German and will of this 

we may all be convinced — remain German. 

The fate which this town and this beautiful country have 
experienced has been the fate of the whole of Germany. The World 
War, the most senseless struggle of all time, numbers this country 
and this town among its victims, the World War which brought 
losses to all and gains to none, the World War which after its 
close must have left every one of us firmly convinced that a similar 
fate should never overtake us again, and which unfortunately 
to-day appears to have been forgotten by the very people who 
at that time were the main inciters to war and probably also the 
parties chiefly interested in that universal slaughter. When the 
murderous conflict of those days, into which Germany entered 
without any aims of war, came to an end, humanity was to be 
assured a peace which would lead to a rebirth of justice and 
thereby to a final abolition of all distress. At Versailles this peace 
was not put before our nation as a matter for free negotiation, 
but was forced upon us as a brutal dictate. The progenitors 
of this peace visualized in it the end of the German nation. There 
may have been many people who believed that this peace would 
mean the end of all distress, yet it was only the beginning of new 
entanglements. There was however one point where those who 
instigated and ended that war were mistaken. By their peace they 
did not succeed in. solving a single problem, but only created 
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PROPERTY OF Page 

THE MURDER MEN . » . '. 4 

STALIN'S LUST FOR POWER 7 

TORTURES OF THE OGPU 8 

DISCIPLINE BY STARVATION 10 

HITLER'S JEWISH BLOOD 10 

LIES FOR THE WORKERS 13 

GOSPEL OF FILTH SPREADS 14 

STALIN'S THIRD DEGREE 17 

COMMUNAZI WORLD SWINDLE 18 

ONE MONSTER WOOS ANOTHER 20 

DICTATORS VERSUS CHRIST. . 22 

NIGHTS OF HORROR 24 

THE RAPE OF POLAND 25 

FINLAND IS CRUCIFIED 28 

NAZI DEPRAVITY AT WORK 32 

DEATH TO THE JEWS 33 

THE SEX-PERVERSION TRIALS 36 

JOHN DOE IN RUSSIA 38 

JOHN DOE IN GERMANY 41 

"MY DAY" FOR NAZI HOUSEWIFE 44 

TORTURES OF THE DAMNED 47 

CIVILIZATION MUST FALL! 49 

FASCIST VIOLENCE LOOMS IN INDIA . . 51 

SWASTIKA OVER AFRICA 52 

RUSSIA'S THREAT TO THE WORLD... 52 

STALIN'S GRIP ON AMERICA 54 

HITLER CROSSES THE ATLANTIC 57 

DICTATORS THREATEN U. S 59 







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A Die Au f:.. ichtung dea GroBdeutschen Belches 
durch Adolf Hitler . 

I Da3 Grofideutsche Reich . / 

1. Der Nationalsozialismus als einheitliche 
Grundlage unserer Innenpolitik ( ein fri- 
derizianisches Deutschland) . 

a. Die Deutsche Revolution und ihr Fiihrer. 
(Folgen von Versailles) 

Das Yersailler Diktat ist auf einem Wortbruch der Feind- 
macirte errichtet. Vollige Nichtbeachtung der 14 Punkte Wil- 
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in einem dreifacheh Angriff auf die Ehre des deutachen Yolkes 
gesuchtt Kriegsschuldluge ? Luge der vblkerrechtswidrigen 
Kriegsftihrung (Forderung der Auslieferung von 900 "Kriegs- 
verbrechern", darunter Hindenburg, Ludendorff, Scheer) , 
Xolonialschuldltige (Deutschlands angebliche Unwtirdigkeit und 
Unfahigkeit zu kolonialer Arbeit), 

Die Yerstummelung des deutschen Yolksbodens . 

An ajlen Grenzen kostbare Stucke vom Reichskorper los- 
gerissen, 1/8 der BodenflSche, t/10 der Bevolkerung, bltihende 
Wirtschaftsgebiete willkiirlich zerschnitten, entgegen dem 
Grundsatz des Selbstbeatimmungsrechtes der Yolker. Osterreioh! 
"AnschluB w an das Reich gewaltsam verhindert. Die Ostmark 
zu einem nicht lebensfahigen, angeblich selbstandigen Staat 
gezwungen (Wasserkopf Wien). 

Die Entwaffnung Deutschlands . 

Gewaltige Massen ah Kriegsgerat zerstb'rt^ Grenzfestun- 
gen geschleift a Kriegsflotte veraenkt in Scapa Flow*, ►Sehwere 
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WORDS and DEEDS 
What Hitler Said And What He Did 



We publish below without comment a series of extracts of public 
speeches made by Herr Hitler as Chancellor of the German Reich. 

Herr Hitler's words and deeds speak for themselves. 



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• Berlin, February lO, 1 983 .—The 

first and best point of the Government's 
programme is that we won't lie and we won't 
swindle. 

• Potsdam, March 21,1933 .—Weigh- 
ing the sacrifices of the last war, we want to be 
true friends of a peace which will at last heal 
the wounds from which all have suffered. 

• Berlin, May 17, 1 933 .—Germany, 
France and Poland will continue to exist. 
Germany wants nothing that she is not ready 
to give to others .... 

No fresh European war is capable of putting 
something better in the place of unsatisfactory 

conditions which exist today The 

outbreak of such madness without end would 
lead to the collapse of existing social order in 

Europe The German Government are 

convinced that today there can be only one 
great task, and that is to assure the peace of the 

world The German Government wish 

to settle all difficult questions with other Govern- 
ments by peaceful methods. They know 
that any military action in Europe, even if 
completely successful, would, in view of the 
sacrifice, bear no relation to the profit to be 
obtained .... 

Germany will tread no other path than that 
laid down by the Treaties. The German Govern- 
ment will discuss all political and economic ques- 
tions only within the framework of, and through, 
the Treaties. . . . 

The German people have no thought 
of invading any country. 

9 On The Wireless, May 27, 1933:— 

We do not want a war merely for the purpose 
of bringing to Germany people who simply do 
not want to be, or cannot be, Germans. 



% On October 14 Germany Left 

The League of Nations 

# On the wireless > October 14, 1933: 

The history of the last 150 years should, in 
its changing course, have taught France 
and Germany that essential and enduring 
changes are no longer to be gained by the 
sacrifice of blood. As a National-Socialist I, 
with all my followers, refuse on the basis of our 
national principles to win for ourselves the 
members of other nations, who will never love 
us, at the cost of the blood and lives of those who 
are dear to us. It would be a mighty happen- 
ing for all humanity if these two nations of 
Europe would banish, once and for all, force 
from their common life. The German people is 
ready to do so. . . . 

9 No one could demand that millions 
of men in the flower of youth should be 
annihilated for the sake of a readjustment 
of indefinite scope of our present frontier. 

% Kelheim, October 22, 1 933 .—There 
is no better guarantee for the peace of the 
world than the fanatical unity of the German 
people. 

• Berlin, October 24, 1933:- 'There 
are Germans and Poles in Europe, and they ought 
to live together in agreement. The Poles cannot 
think of Europe without the Germans and the 
Germans cannot think of Europe without the 
Poles. 

(& Berlin, November lO, 1933:— lam 
not crazy enough to want a war. . . . The German 
people have but one wish — to be happy in their 
own way and to be left in peace. They do not 
interfere in other people's business, and 
others should not interfere in theirs . . . 



'Do not quarrel between the past and the present or we shall find we have lost the future." 

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